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Re: Loadbalancing over multiple default routes - Question



With this approach, what happens when the link to a gateway fails?


On Thursday 24 February 2005 11:39 am, Manon Goo wrote:
> Thanks a lot
>
> Manon
>
> >> Thanks allot
> >>
> >> would this be
> >>
> >> table <routers> persist { gateway1, gateway2, gateway3 }
> >> pass out on $ext_if route-to { <routers> } random
> >
> > Unless the lines are also used for running internal services for the
> > internet like SMTP/DNS/HTTP then you should also add some "reply-to"
> > statements on the incoming internet requests so you know your reponses
> > are routed back via the correct lines. Just finished a setup like that
> > for some DNS services next up is the SMTP traffic+server.
> > Using an Redundant Array of Inexpensive DSL or RAID for short :)
> >
> > Marco Feenstra
>
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